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Science Communication Slam!

Ever get asked by your family or friends, what is your research about? Struggle to get them to understand? This is more common than you think and is a super good indicator that you’re ready to work on your science communication skills!

Unlock the power of your scientific voice at our Science Communication Slam! Join us for dynamic training sessions throughout May that provide a crash course in effective science communication. Choose from a menu of options and build yourself your own learning pathway, based on what you need.

Culturally Compassionate Science Communication Panel

We will be joined by two voluntary and community experts to discuss ways that students and future scientists can communicate accurately and compassionately about health and medical research that affects marginalised cultural groups. We want to encourage students to take into consideration how different marginalised identities may perceive scientific language, may have hesitations about scientific institutions and research, and how students can better understand how to address this in their practice

Our Guest Speakers: 

Priscilla Igwe Director of The New Black Film Collective and Sickle Cell Warriors Project

With funding from the BBC Children in Need’s We Move Fund: Youth Social Action, The New Black Film Collective have launched their Sickle Cell Warriors project to give young Black Sickle Cell sufferers the chance to make a big impact by telling their story through film.


Kirit Mistry Chairman of South Asian Health Action

South Asian Health Action is a registered charity that works to address inequality and lack of patient, carer and community engagement with major health related issues such asdiabetes, heart disease and organ donation.

Wheelchair accessible
Family friendly